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  • * British History Online * *

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    Hen; Wm, ?s; Susa, ?d, 64.10 John; Abigall, w, 64.13 Quenburow Edw; Reb, w; Edw, s; Mary, d, 3.23 Quenele Maudlin, 49.6 Query Eliz, ser, 39.20 Quilt Sar, 16.18 Quilter : John; Susa, w, 46.5 Wm, 13.24 ,assr, cwdn, 13.25

    Inhabitants of London in 1638, St. Maudlin near Old Fish Street

    Inhabitants of London in 1638 St. Maudlin near Old Fish Street ST. MAUDLIN NEAR OLD FISH STREET. RENTS. MS. p. 242. £ Houses on the back-side of Old Fish St. Mr. Lockington 4 Mr. Stringer 5 Mr. Olkey 6 Mr.

    Volume A 82, January 1646, 01 January 1646-31 January 1646

    are paid. Dan. Harvey 300 l . Erasmus Snelling 50 l . John Rawlinson 50 l . John Cross and Maudlin Paules 100 l . Rich. Worsam 50 l . [ A 4, pp . 394 397. ] Jan. 23. Subscribers-only content

    Index, M

    of, 248 (4). Massiet , Jehan, 250 (1). Matalona , Duke of, letter from, 300. Mathiis , William, 229 (2). Maudlin fields , at Berwick, 42. Maugirone , M. de, 1053. Maur , Count de, 252 (1). Maximilian , King

    Parochial Records, Registers of St. John's, Cardiff, 1669-1751

    Marys. Joan Hangott, S t Johns. Alex r Browne horse rider. John Hangot junior. Welthen Hawkins wife of Phillip Coward. Maudlin Gaskoine. George a poore prisoner buried. Alse Richards of y e Almes house. 1670. John Evan of Brecon shire

  • * Victoria County History *

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    Hospitals St Mary Magdalene , Wilton

    it was stated that at least since 1717 the earls of Pembroke had paid £18 every six months as ' Maudlin money'. In 1720 there were twelve almspeople living at the Maudlins. In 1788 the number had fallen to six.

    Bramber Steyning, Bramber , And Botolphs c. 1960

    were redeemed in 1874 . 5 Bidlington Farmhouse or Upper Maudlin Farmhouse 6 was rebuilt in the early 19th century as a two-storeyed stuccoed building, which survived in 1976 as Maudlin House . The lands of Sele priory in Bramber

    Westhampnett Parish Church of St Peter Westhampnett

    Arundel diverge, was 'Loddesdune', where was a small hospital of St. Mary Magdalen , 2 still commemorated by the name Maudlin . At the hamlet of Westerton , about 3/4 mile north-east of the church, are two or three ancient

    Parishes Godshill

    was granted in 1619 -20 to John Buck and others. 192 In 1780 Mr. Fallick paid a fee-farm rent for Maudlin 's chapel. 193 There was a chantry within the parish church 'at St. Stephen's altar,' founded by Sir John

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    priory, Bradford , Mr., vicar of West Tarring , Bramber , adv., agric., barony, see Bramber , rape Bidlington (or Maudlin ) hamlet, man., and tithing, hosp., man.-ho., boro., 'new town', officers, bdry., bridge, chap., burgages, castelry, cast., constables, and

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Reibogbbion Mmraig. 1- 1 Rhoddodd Mr. Wright, Halston, haner tunell o lo t n i bob un o dlodion plwyf Whittington, a thalodd am I t- ei gludo i ddrysau eu tai yr wythnos ddiweddaf. d Saethwyd aderyn o Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    has a regard for the literature and philosophical spirit of his countryinsc, must view with pleasure the discomfiture of that Maudlin Pro- fessor. Advices have been received by Government, statiag that a bai le had taken place the middle of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    before w~e is ca.liltJed to risiead f6v falsdihoods sitd deceive i)y misrepresenitations smaiv sin cere and uinswaecluig pesseas, by its Maudlin and o!h"tse treffarks ispotn -the nature, coiduclt, and pruhable teudelicy of Debating Societies, it may not bc injudicious to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Templar, lovers, who, to win the consent of the unconscious fisherman to their mar- riage, appear to him disguised as Maudlin, and " the hunter of the otter." Fenator, that is, Ar/hur, be- comes the pupil of old Izaak, whose Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    had re- course to in order to gob at the men.-Another account says: A terrible explosion took place in the Maudlin seem of the Washington colliery, between five and six o'clock on Saturday morning. The overman (Mr. Bowes), wrent down Subscribers-only content

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1765, 29 April 1765

    Sien of The Bear, and to herd's Bridge in Ißng- '* ton, and from thence to the Weft Ends of Maudlin " Bridge and German's Bridge, in the County of Nor* "folk; and from the Eaft End of German's Bridge Subscribers-only content

    14 June 1827, 14 June 1827

    Building Leases of Lands in the several Parishes of Saint Leonard's Hollington, Saint Mary of the Castle of Has¬ tings Maudlin, Saint Mary Magdalen, Saint Michael near Hastings, and Horsham, in the County of Sussex, Part of the Estates devised Subscribers-only content

    A List Of The Names of such Proprietors of the Public Funds, transferable at the Bank of England, as were entitled to Dividends on or before the 31st of December 1780, and which remained unpaid on the..., 19 March 1792

    C i45 3 =1 Richard Sherman, near Groat Turoftile, Braziex, deceafed — John Sewell, t>f Tooley Street, Butcher — — Elizabeth Stratford,Wife of James Stratford, of Fleet Market, Butcher Mary Smith, of Mark Lane, Spinfter — — George Seatoun, Subscribers-only content

    28 January 1763, 28 January 1763

    Occupation of Richard Rozce, and aDvvelling Houfe andPlot of Ground adjoining thereto, in the feveral Occupations of John Gendal und.Nidiohis Ilyne, intended to be converted into Alms-houfep, and the Maudlin, or Laxar-honfe, Mand- iin Duke of Bedford's Eftates in, Taviftock. Subscribers-only content

    18 March 1765, 18 March 1765

    the laid Skrj of the j3<?<z;-, and to Lord's Bridge, in lflington, and from thence to the Well Ends of Maudlin bridge and Gerniaiis Bridge, in the County of Norfolk; and from the liaft End of German! % Bridge afoieiakl, Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    COVERT, John (by 1501-58), of Ifield and Slaugham, Suss.

    His ‘eldest base son’ Edward Beard alias Covert, received a ring, two horses and the lease of the parsonage of Maudlin, Sussex (held of the warden and fellows of Magdalen College, Oxford), and his other two illegitimate sons were to

 

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